In the September 2021 issue:
How are Canada’s architects negotiating the return to physical office spaces?
Architectural historian Magdalena Milosz considers postwar residential schools and the illusion of progress.
A new facility for York University’s Schulich School of Business makes the compelling argument that great environmental performance can go hand in hand with great architecture.
Community needs are at the heart of a new K-12 school by FBM in rural Nova Scotia.
Canadian Architects lead three exhibitions at the venice biennale, tackling the theme: How will we live together?
Impostor Cities, Canada’s pavilion at the 2021 Venice Biennale Architettura, exists as much on screen as on the ground. It’s a form of presentation that suits its subject: how Canadian cities stand in for other places onscreen.
A new book of essays celebrating the work of George Baird doubles as an account of the climate of architectural ideas in Europe and North America from the 1960s to the present.
Confronting Edmonton’s past, for a more equitable future.
Farrow Partners Architects designs a canopy-like school atrium that taps into insights gained from neuroscience.